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Description DRUM MAR 1962 WIND OF CHANGE IN EASTERN NIGERIA. NIGED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:MAR 1962 Wind Of Change In Eastern Nigeria �� satisfied with my cabinet,�says Dr Michael Okpara, winner of the elections. In what political direction is Eastern Nigeria moving? Just over a year ago many Nigerians, hearing that Dr Azikiwe was leaving the party to become the governor general of Nigeria, forecast that the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons would weaken and break up after his withdrawal. But the success of the NCNC in the general elections in Eastern Nigeria last November has shown that the party is still a force to reckon with in its own right. The NCNC won the election with 106 seats, the Action group 15, the Dynamic Party 5, and the Independents 15. The Election also showed something else a marked turning away from old beliefs and habit, from docility and unquestioning loyalty, from uniform action and uniform agreement. (Photograph by Drum Photographer �BAHA)
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Creation_date 2008-07-16T12:15:33
Media Id 69_274
Collections Baileys African History Archive
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